Meet Our Veterinarians here to serve you and your pet.

Dr. Nicole Jones

Dr. Nicole Jones

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“Dr. Jones was extremely understanding to our financial situation and I'll be forever grateful. I'm also really happy she takes the time to explain everything that's going on and patiently answers all of our questions.”

- Gissela S. from Tampa, FL

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Dr. Kathleen Meyer

Dr. Kathleen Meyer

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“Dr. Meyer was incredible. She answered all of my questions and immediately got to taking care of my cat! “

- Ahisha L. from Land O Lakes, FL

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Dr. Jamie Davison

Dr. Jamie Davison

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“Dr. Davidson and Vanessa were nothing short of amazing. They showed genuine concern and compassion and did everything to make sure both Sandy and I were taken care of fully.”

-Jaci P. from Tampa FL

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Dr. Ellen Buerkett

Dr. Ellen Buerkett

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“Dr. Burkett was wonderful and made me feel that she truly cared about the health of my dear sweet Buck.”

- Kelly G. from Tampa

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Dr. Patricia Anderson

Dr. Patricia Anderson

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"Dr. Anderson was also one of the sweetest vets I’ve met in all my years as a pet owner. The work you do is so important and so greatly appreciated."

- Ashley V. from Land O'Lakes, FL

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Pet suffering from dog heat stroke

Heat Stroke in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

By Kerri Nelson, DVM | July 24, 2020

Heat Stroke in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment With the mid-summer heat waves reaching new extremes, the risk of heat stroke in dogs is on the rise. Heat stroke is defined as a body temperature exceeding 105.8F, and is due to an inability to effectively dissipate heat. There are 3 main types of dog heat…

Dog suffering from a broken bone

What You Should Do If Your Dog Breaks a Bone

By Matthew Charney, DVM | July 13, 2020

What to Do if Your Dog Breaks a Bone Your dog is a part of your family, and you don’t want anything to ever happen to her. Unfortunately, illness and injury can occur in dogs just like it can in humans, even when you are very careful with your furry friend. Broken bones are just…

Blood in Dog Stool

By Vijay Nair, VMD | June 9, 2020

Blood in Stool: What it Means for Your Dog by Vijay Nair, VMD Have you ever noticed blood in your dog’s stool? Did it alarm you? Does it happen a lot? Sometimes, blood in your dog’s stool is nothing to be worried about, and it’s the result of a simple problem that will get better…

Common Poisons for Dogs: Foods, Plants and More

By Vijay Nair, VMD | June 9, 2020

Common Dog Poisons: Foods, Plants and More by Vijay Nair, VMD If your dog is the type who likes to get into just about every corner of the house, you may be all too familiar with the common household items that are toxic to dogs. Even if you feel like you already know them all,…

How to Choose an Emergency Vet in Paramus, NJ

By Lisette Lewis, DVM | June 1, 2020

How to Choose an Emergency Vet in Paramus, NJ by Lisette Lewis, DVM No pet owner wants to think about needing an emergency vet. However, emergencies do happen, and it’s important to make sure you know where to take your pet in this type of situation. Picking the right emergency vet near your home in…

Dog Constipation: Why Your Dog Can’t Poop

By Brooke Butler, DVM | May 27, 2020

Dog Constipation: Why Your Dog Can’t Poop by Brooke Butler, DVM Is your dog constipated? Do you suspect that he might be? Have you noticed him straining or not pooping quite as often as is normal for him? Constipation is a common issue in dogs, and most of the time, it’s something that your pet…

Dog Seizures: Symptoms and What You Can Do

By Brooke Butler, DVM | May 27, 2020

Dog Seizures: Symptoms and What You Can Do by Brooke Butler, DVM If you’ve ever seen a dog having a seizure, you were probably very alarmed. When a dog has a seizure, he usually falls down on the floor and may hold his legs stretched straight out from his body. He might also paddle his…

Dog Vomiting: Does it Warrant a Trip to the Emergency Vet?

By Vijay Nair, VMD | April 10, 2020

Dog Vomiting Causes, Treatment and When to Visit an Emergency Vet by Vijay Nair, VMD It’s not a pleasant subject, but dog vomiting is something that virtually every pet parent has to deal with. You know how it goes–either you’re walking into the kitchen and you—squish–step in a puddle of partially digested food, or your…

Top 8 Reasons to Visit the Emergency Vet

By Lisette Lewis, DVM | April 10, 2020

Top 8 Reasons to Visit the Emergency Vet by Lisette Lewis, DVM Pet emergencies are, by nature, unpredictable. While we try as pet parents to reduce all dangers for our pets, they are incredibly curious and resourceful, sometimes to the point of putting themselves in harm’s way. They may snag the chocolate we left on…

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